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Datalogic’s New RIDA DBT6400 Companion Scanner for Mobile Devices

Posted October 27, 2016

Datalogic’s new RIDA DBT6400 2D area imager is a cordless device with Bluetooth connectivity to be used in connection with mobile devices. The elegant and stylish design is small, pocket-sized and fits perfectly into the palm of a hand. This light weight device, with Datalogic’s patented ‘Green Spot’ technology for good read feedback easily connects with tablets, smart phones, laptops and computers – with an omni-directional camera for superior data capture on all 1D/2D codes.

The DBT6400 RIDA imager is available in a standard as well as a Disinfectant Ready version which has an Anti-Microbial coating.

  • The standard version targets retail applications including traditional or mobile POS, assisted sales, shelf replenishment, price verification, inventory management and more.
  • The healthcare version is equipped with a disinfectant-ready and anti-microbial enclosure making it ideal for bedside point-of-care, disposable inventory management, sample tracking, laboratory use and more while helping to prevent cross-contamination.

Key Features

  • Palm-sized form factor
  • Imager reads any 1D or 2D bar code
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Lanyard and holder included with each purchased unit

White Paper: Bluetooth Barcode Scanners

Posted March 15, 2016

What are they?

Barcode scanners come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and connection types. In the past, most businesses would utilize a corded barcode scanner that would connect to a PC computer via a USB, Serial, or PS/2 Keyboard Wedge interface. Now, with the world migrating towards a mobile, or cordless, platform, Bluetooth is becoming more prevalent in the data capture industry. Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communication standard that interconnects electronic devices. Similarly, Bluetooth Barcode Scanners are offered in a handheld cordless form factor, and communicate to their respective base/cradle or directly to a mobile device, such as a smartphone or tablet, via Bluetooth. After a huge demand from small and medium-sized business owners to incorporate iPads, iPhones, Galaxy Tabs, and other smartphone or tablet devices into their workforce management workflow, Honeywell invested extensive time and resources into building barcode scanners that are equipped with Bluetooth technology in order to pair them with consumer mobile devices. Now, business owners have the ability to manage inventory or track assets at the tip of their hands by pairing a Bluetooth barcode scanner with their smartphone or tablet.

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Wasp’s New WSS150i Pocket Barcode Scanner

Posted February 24, 2016

Designed for mobility, the new Wasp WSS150i bluetooth barcode scanner gives you the flexibility to wirelessly transmit barcode data to your iOS, Windows, or Androi d smartphone or tablet device from up to 33 feet. It’s compact size make it the perfect solution for applications that require reliable mobile scanning while paired with another mobile device.

The WWS150i’s CCD scan engine uses dual-color light sources to scan traditional 1D barcodes from up to a foot away. Thanks to its wireless connectivity, you can scan a barcode and transmit your data in real-time but if you’re out of wireless range, the WWS150i stores up to 20,000 pieces of barcode data with 2MB of built-in memory. In addition to its memory and range capabilities,
the WWS150i can also easily read poorly printed or damaged barcodes with print contrast ratios (PCR) as low as 30%.

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Denso Introduces SE1-QB Bluetooth Cordless 2D Barcode Scanner

Posted October 7, 2014

se1-qbDenso has recently unveiled their new SE1-QB Bluetooth wireless 2-D barcode scanner. The easy to use and capable companion scanner for any smartphone or tablet.

The lightweight yet durably built SE1-QB measures only 3.9 inches long, 1.6 inches wide, and 1.1 inches thick, and weighs only 2.1 ounces. The device is designed to serve as the front end of a mobile data capture system consisting of a bluetooth barcode scanner and host smartphone or tablet.

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